Bearsden in Strathclyde
Located in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland Bearsden is somewhat of a suburb of Glasgow and is ranked as the 7th richest area in Britain. Of the city’s biggest landmarks is the Roman Antonine Wall which runs through the city along with the first Kilpatrick Parish Church which was built in 1649. However, there are a few slightly more entertaining things to do in Glasgow instead of Bearsden.
You can either choose to fly directly into Glasgow or simply drive up to Scotland and venture just 6 miles outside of Glasgow’s city center to arrive in Bearsden.
Top Sights and attractions
From historic attractions to outdoor wildlife attractions, Bearsden offers plenty to do and see. However, the real action lies in Glasgow. The best attractions there include fossil grove for families, the Rouken Glen Park (the largest in Scotland and one of the top 10 most visited), and The Good Spirits Co ( http://www.thegoodspiritsco.com/ ).
Top Bars and Restaurants
If you are visiting Scotland to enjoy more than just the wildlife than you are likely interested in the types of bars and night-life that Glasgow offers visitors. Fortunately, the city is renowned for being one of the best party cities in all of Scotland. To help you avoid searching through page after page of itineraries, we have listed the top bars and restaurants conveniently for you below.
Top bars – ‘The Inn’ provides a modern and stylish drinking environments for the wealthier patrons. ‘Dram’ is an excellent place to spend an evening out in Glasgow, while ‘Beer Café’ is an incredible place to grab a cold one in Merchant Square.
Top restaurants – Eating is one of the Scottish people’s favorite pastimes so it is no surprise that Glasgow has a wide variety of delectable dishes to enjoy. Favorites include Glasgow West End ( a Contemporary noodle and sushi bar), Dalziel (they serve up classic and retro European dishes), and City Merchant (classic Scottish food).
Stay in Bearsden but party in Glasgow for a truly enjoyable vacation.